The Key-Oh Lodge is a 2 storey hotel project owned and operated by the Burns Lake Indian Band. The building is a 42 room, 2,200m2 travel lodge complete with a fitness area, business centre, hotel lobby and breakfast bar and for travellers in the Burns Lake area.
Construction consists of concrete foundations, pre-fabricated wood frame modules built by Britco Structures, wood truss roof system with asphalt shingles and a heavy timber post and beam vestibule and lobby area which is the focal point as you enter the lodge. The exterior is clad with site installed hardi plank siding, decorative heavy timber knee braces, and Juliet balcony railings.
Yellowridge worked with Britco and the Burns Lake Indian Band through the design and procurement phase of the project before entering into a fixed price contract to complete the work. Britco provided the modules and crane set them into place. The use of modular construction enabled the team to achieve a 9 month schedule from commencement of work to opening day.